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Today on the Net: ABC and Univision rake in millions of World Cup viewers, but online and mobile viewing was also strong; Hulu loses its founding CTO, Eric Feng, to Kleiner Perkins; and AOL teams with the Jonas Brothers for a new video network.

Online, Mobile Video Scores In World Cup; While ABC was reaching record numbers for a soccer broadcast, ESPN3.com delivered more than one million hours of video and ESPN.com served up another 729,000 video views. (paidContent) Meanwhile, Univision nets an opening day World Cup audience record (Multichannel News) and USA-England draws 14.5 million total US viewers. (Nielsen blog)

Hulu CTO Leaving For Kleiner Perkins; Eric Feng, the founding CTO and SVP of audience at Hulu is leaving to become a partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and a technical adviser to former Vice President Al Gore. (paidContent)

AOL Partners With Jonas Brothers On Entertainment Video Network Cambio; the network is being billed by its backers as a next-generation video network for the Web intended for 13- to 24-year-olds. (NY Times)

TidalTV And Adap.tv Reach Real-Time Bidding Deal; Adap.tv’s real-time bidding (RTB) interface will serve as a platform for TidalTV to acquire online video real estate. (MediaPost)

Cablevision to Buy Bresnan Cable In Westward Expansion; the New York cable operator will purchase Bresnan Communications for $1.37 billion in a bid to move into Western states such as Colorado, Wyoming, Utah and Montana where Bresnan has subscribers. (GigaOM)

Cisco Gearing Up for 3-D Video Over IP; Cisco is ramping up its support for 3D TV as the industry gears up for the launch of the first slate of 3D networks later this year and early next. (Beet.TV)

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